Climate Program Office News

Improved Predictability of Air-Sea Interactions between Arctic and Tropical Zones 2 December 2022

Improved Predictability of Air-Sea Interactions between Arctic and Tropical Zones

A research team supported by CVP produces a new modeling study to improve predictability of air-sea interactions of the Meiyu front, a meteorological zone which separates Arctic from tropical climatic zones in the Pacific Ocean.

ATOMIC Field Campaign Observations Used to Improve Understanding of Small Scale Air-Sea Fluxes 4 November 2022

ATOMIC Field Campaign Observations Used to Improve Understanding of Small Scale Air-Sea Fluxes

CVP-funded research uses observations from the ATOMIC field campaign to improve the understanding and emphasize the importance of small scale air-sea fluxes in the tropical Atlantic.

Projections of Future Ocean Eddy Intensity Provide Improved Understanding of Climate Change Impacts on California Coast 28 October 2022

Projections of Future Ocean Eddy Intensity Provide Improved Understanding of Climate Change Impacts on California Coast

A new CVP and MAPP funded modeling study projects changes in ocean eddy processes with future climate change to advance our understanding of coastal ecosystem and community impacts up to 2100.

Models Show North Atlantic Cooling Driven by Atmospheric Processes 7 October 2022

Models Show North Atlantic Cooling Driven by Atmospheric Processes

A new CVP-funded modeling study shows that North Atlantic cooling is largely explained by atmospheric processes, rather than a slowdown in ocean circulation.

Improved Simulations of Atmospheric River Climatology and Variability in High-Resolution CESM 7 October 2022

Improved Simulations of Atmospheric River Climatology and Variability in High-Resolution CESM

Modeling study funded by CVP evaluates and identifies a more accurate method to simulate atmospheric rivers and their relationships to climate variability, enabling improved predictability of related extreme precipitation events.

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